Imagine if you could eliminate all of the stinky smells in your house using all natural essential oils in seconds? Imagine no more, it’s true! This essential oil deodorizing pad hack is the talk of the town, and now you’re in on the secret.
What you need to make DIY essential oil deodorizing pads
Adhesive Felt Pads:
These are the small, circular, adhesive felt pads you use under furniture to protect your floors. These can often be found at Dollar Stores. Scotch brand also makes them in multi packs, which can be purchased nearly everywhere.
I’ve featured my favorite deodorizing essential oils from Circle Green in this post - Brazilian Orange (shown on the lid of my laundry hamper), Yakima Peppermint (shown in my trash pull out), French Lavender (shown in my shoe storage area) and Guatemalan Lemongrass (shown in my linen closet).
Many other odor improving essential oil choices are available in Circle Green’s online store. Circle Green offers only pure, top quality essential oils at affordable prices. Pick your favorites and have fun combining scents - for example, Lime + Mint = Mojito scented deodorizer. Cheers to a fresh smelling home!
Where to deodorize:
Any where that smells bad or needs a little refreshing! Here are some suggestions of commonly foul smelling and musty areas:
Trash bins, closets, pantry, shoe storage areas, laundry hampers, drawers, cars, office, cat litter box area, near pet beds, near diaper pails (out of reach of young children), near toilets.
What to do:
It’s a no-brainer! Simply stick the adhesive felt pads anywhere that needs deodorizing in your home, car or office. Next apply 3-5 drops of essential oil to the pad. Refresh pad with additional oil when needed. Now breath deeply in the places you used to hold your nose in! Fresh, lovely essential oils will delight your senses, making stinky smells a thing of the past.
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